How to Make an EASY and Beautiful Chic Fall Wreath + Video!

3 Materials
10 Minutes
Transform a premade plastic bouquet into a chic and beautiful Fall wreath in minutes! No glue-gun required!

School is back in session and that means it's time to roll out the Fall decor. Fall feels like the shortest season so I love diving right in as soon as the mood strikes. Do you have the itch to begin decorating too? Then check out this handy craft.
The supplies that you need are:
  • Grapevine wreath form
  • Fern style branch bouquet
  • Cream and rust toned flower bouquet
  • Mini pumpkin sprays
  • Raffia

Because I sometimes like to switch things up, I decided NOT to use a glue gun on this wreath. That way, I will still be able to easily reuse either the wreath form or these branches (or both!) at another time if I wish. I like that kind of flexibility!

To make this you simply cut the branches off of the bouquet near the handle so you have a nice long stem. Wrap the wire stem around the wreath and tuck the end into the wreath form. Easy-peasy!
And here's how it turned out! Want to see how it got from there to here?
It makes a warm welcome to my home and this happy season!

This is such a soothing and soft welcome for fall! It's lush, bountiful and oh-so-chic!
Suggested materials:
  • Grapevine wreath   (Michaels Craft Store)
  • Faux fall flowers   (Michaels Craft Store)
  • Raffia ribbon   (Michaels Craft Store)
Jennifer Carroll
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
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